No, just the ones that are indicated as copper (I think they're calling them DPX or something?) are copper. The rest are normal...lead, lead jacketed, etc...jetsiphon said:I've seen pics of the all copper Corbon bullet, are all Corbon bullets 100% copper or are the jacketed?
http://www.corbon.com/users/corbon/catalog.html?VCS=0e1f842d1ad87e1323c0cb39956c4405&Vl=1&Tp=2jetsiphon said:Anyone know what these run and if they are on the shelves yet? They aren't listed on their site.
Some of the jacketed Cor-Bons have a reputation for fragmentation and jacket separation, most notably their lightweight +P+ 9mm loads.jetsiphon said:Yep, that's me not knowing where to look. Those are a bit spendy. Do the normal Corbon rounds have a problem with the jacket delaminating from the core?
I agree with most of what you said but that is just silly. There is no such thing as a "guaranteed lethal blow." Especially in a handgun.tomfturner said:I hope I don't have to use them, as they are a guaranteed lethal blow (six perfect petals).